My work begins with my camera and the beauty I see around me.
In a dark, dirty and dusty abandoned powerhouse in Ipswich, Australia…
Street performer in Piazza Navona, Rome.
I made this orb as proof to my ex-boyfriend that my art could be logical, geometric, and still beautiful…
We find mood in darkness but not always darkness in that mood.
What you see is not what you look at…
These were taken at Robertson Stadium at the University of Houston.
This series of images is photographed as an attempt to look at the process of aging from a different perspective.
Paula Lobo is a researcher-photographer on a quest to explore bodies in movement.
These began as studies for a ten foot long screen print in which the tail mimics the scale and shape of a mammoth tusk.
Patterns of marble, rusty metal and cracked wood, just some of the canvas I capture all around us.